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Canadian Crop Farmers – It’s Survey Time!

Posted by Michalina Hunter on October 08, 2019

Precision

Are you a Canadian crop farmer? Please take this survey to contribute to research about farmer perspectives on precision agriculture technology! Objective: The objective of this study is to understand farmer perspectives on precision agriculture technology, to understand how these technologies are being used on the farm, to examine farmers’ use of agricultural data and their perceptions of digital agricultural data rights and ownership. The survey should take ~25 minutes, and the deadline is Oct. 31st, 2019! Take the survey here: http://tinyurl.com/paagtech We are a research team consisting of University of Guelph graduate students in the Geography, Environment and Geomatics … Continue reading Canadian Crop Farmers – It’s Survey Time!

Fields of Hope: Farm Photography Book Fundraiser

Posted by Michalina Hunter on August 15, 2019 1 Comment

Doublejay Farms. Photo by Andrée Thorpe

Doublejay Farms. Photo by Andrée Thorpe Local photographer Andrée Thorpe has been photographing life on farms for four years. She goes beyond capturing daily activities to focus on what it really means to have a deep commitment to the land, to the community, and to social good. She has learned that farming is serious hard work and that you cannot be afraid to embrace it.  Andrée has published a beautiful book called Fields of Hope. It is a collection of images that celebrates farmers and their way of life. With it, the goal is to create a sequence of images in unity to … Continue reading Fields of Hope: Farm Photography Book Fundraiser